Buttery, rich, soft, melt-in-your-mouth banana muffins. The best breakfast or snack in all the land!
I’ve got a treat for you today. Meet my latest breakfast. And snack. And after snack. And late night snack.
(I’ve had these for dinner before.)
I’m soooooo excited to share this simple muffin recipe with you. It’s thrown together in minutes and requires no mixer. You’ll need the basics: flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, salt, sugar, eggs, yogurt, butter, vanilla extract and most importantly, bananas. The best part: all these ingredients are normal and familiar to you, and probably already in your pantry. → LOVE those kind of recipes.
Let’s dive into the ingredients a little bit more.↓
In this recipe, I use a combination of whole wheat and all-purpose flour. You can completely use all-purpose flour if you’re not a fan of whole wheat. It may seem like a lot of flour and leavening agents in this recipe, but it’s needed! Typically too much of a leavener will leave a bitter taste, but 1.75 teaspoons does the trick.
Because we’re all about bananas today, adding cinnamon to the batter is a necessity. However, if cinnamon isn’t your thing, you can leave it out.
Combination of Sugar.
This muffin recipe requires 1 cup of sugar. I use half brown sugar and half sugar for this recipe since brown sugar + bananas = 100% goodness. But if you don’t have brown sugar, you can use granulated sugar.
These were a huge hit. I made a double batch and gave some to friends. “They didn’t stand a chance.” “They’re already gone.” “SOOO GOOD!”
I’ll take all those.
These are so simple, quick and ready in 30 minutes. WHATTT?!?! Eat them while they’re warm = the best part.
Get ’em while you can!